PiTronica, short for Pi Electronica, is the passion project from a collective of Raspberry pi and electronics enthusiasts.
Pitronica started from a single persons desire to provide Raspberry pi Tutorials for one of the many Facebook groups focused on the topic, from here the idea grew to encompass not only the Raspberry pi but also Linux, Electronics and all manner of Electrical DIY.
It started under the name ELC, Electronics Learning Curve, but after a year we where not happy with this name so PiTronica was born.
If you are after info or have any questions you can reach us on our contact page.
|Frederick was the one with the initial idea, shortly joined by Ed and Jake.|
His focus in the team lies within the web development and general electronics.
In the outside Frederick is and Electronics Engineer, specialized in PCB design. He is employed as a Electronics specialist, repairing, redesigning and developing electronics.
The Electronics and Raspberry Pi community is a large one.
Unfortunately many of the info is outdated, incorrect or missing steps.
ELC is Frederick’s way to get these errors fixed.
|Jake is one of the initial 3 contributors here along with Frederick and Ed.|
His focus as writer is lies within the Raspberry Pi and Linux sections.
In the outside world Jake is an IT Projects Engineer, he works globally wherever he is needed transitioning companies from one infrastructure to another as a complete overhaul.
His main reasons for contributing to ELC is that he believes it will help inspire a new generation of electronic and IT enthusiasts alongside creating a community of like-minded individuals who will help raise each other up.
Jake is a proud member of this site and hopes the feeling is mutual amongst all members.
|Ed was the one who helped from day one on this project.|
Ed’s focus as a tutorial writer lies within the programming on the Raspberry Pi.
Outside the ELC world, Ed is an …. and works on … for a living.
As a big contributor to one of the many Raspberry Pi, it was just a small step to extend his help beyond Facebook and into the world of the Internet.
Sending your own tutorials
What we need most are tutorial writers.
Any kind of tutorial, fitting our criteria, is welcome.
You can send in your Tutorials (preferably in a Word file) to our email address: [email protected]
Once your Tutorials have been received we will review them with the team.
Afterwards we will post the tutorials (with credentials) to our site.
If you want to stay anonymous just tell us.
Once you hit ‘high#’ level Tutorials you will be considered part of our tutorial team.